Dirk Kerzel

University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland 
"Dirk Kerzel"
Mean distance: 14.1 (cluster 23)


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Nicolas Burra grad student
Etienne B. Roesch grad student 2004-2008 Dept neurosciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Simona Buetti grad student 2005-2009 University of Geneva (PsychTree)
David Souto grad student 2005-2009 University of Geneva
Simona Buetti post-doc 2009-2010 University of Geneva (PsychTree)


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Brian J. White collaborator 2004-2006
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Kerzel D, Renaud O. (2022) Does attentional suppression occur at the level of perception or decision-making? Evidence from Gaspelin et al.'s (2015) probe letter task. Psychological Research
Huynh Cong S, Kerzel D. (2022) The allocation of working memory resources determines the efficiency of attentional templates in single- and dual-target search. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Kerzel D, Huynh Cong S. (2022) Biased Competition between Targets and Distractors Reduces Attentional Suppression: Evidence from the Ppc and PD. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Kerzel D, Huynh Cong S. (2022) Guidance of visual search by negative attentional templates depends on task demands. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Kerzel D, Grubert A. (2021) Capacity limitations in template-guided multiple color search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Kerzel D, Huynh Cong S, Burra N. (2021) Do we need attentional suppression? Visual Cognition. 29: 580-582
Cong SH, Kerzel D. (2021) Attentional templates are protected from retroactive interference during visual search: Converging evidence from event-related potentials. Neuropsychologia. 108026
Burra N, Kerzel D. (2021) Meeting another's gaze shortens subjective time by capturing attention. Cognition. 212: 104734
Souto D, Kerzel D. (2021) Visual selective attention and the control of tracking eye movements: A critical review. Journal of Neurophysiology
Kerzel D, Cong SH. (2021) Attentional Templates Are Sharpened through Differential Signal Enhancement, Not Differential Allocation of Attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-16
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